Phil Turner

Phil won many Conservative votes in Round Green in the 2011 local elections, and lives just off Vauxhall Way. He works in the town as a retail manager and has been a school governor in Luton for several years, he also devotes a large amount of time to youth work and community activities.

Our team is determined to try and give the disaffected voters of Round Green a voice, against a Labour Council that has been in power for too long and doesn’t think it needs to listen anymore.

We will be actively observing Council meetings and reporting back to you on what is really going on in the town, and attempting to speak to every individual voter on the doorsteps of Round Green. Please give us your support if you can! 

See Also

John Baker JP

Chairman of the Luton Conservative Federation - I have successfully run a business in Luton for 20 years, having given much time to voluntary work as a long-standing magistrate and sitting as a judge in the family court.

Gordon Shrosbree

I am responsible for all digital media for the Luton Conservatives.

I live in Luton with my wife and two children. 

I am an full stack software engineer with 19 years of industry experience, working on many different projects, companies and charities.

Heather Baker

For many years I have been actively involved in local affairs. I am now looking for a worthwhile and rewarding way to help the local community in Limbury by making a difference to the quality of your lives and prospects.

Margaret Simons

Deputy Chair Political

Margaret has recently retired as a Public Health Specialist with a particular interest in the population aspects of cancer. She has been involved with local charities including ten years as volunteer and Chairman of Stepping Stones Luton, offering support to families who are in difficulty.  

Mohammed Arif JP

He has lived in Luton all his life, and for 25 years has run a successful driving school business in the town. He has been sitting as a Luton magistrate for the last 18 years, and serves both as a local school governor and as a lay judge in the County Court.